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Estelle Marois

Estelle Marois is an independent curator based in London and Paris. She has organised exhibitions at P21 Gallery, a charitable trust promoting contemporary Arab art and culture, and Nicoletti, a contemporary art gallery. She has also edited artist books, including a publication with Tunisian photographers, programmed live events with the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), Art Night and Les Bains Paris, and produced podcasts for Stillpoint Spaces.

A Master’s graduate in French at La Sorbonne, Paris, as well as in Psychoanalysis and in Science & Technology Studies at UCL, London, she currently researches the exogenous sources of contemporary art, especially literature. She is also interested in the history of exhibition making, up to current ecodesign practices; and in modern and contemporary characterisations of art as ‘presenting’ rather than ‘representing’. She is the recipient of several grants, including awards from Fluxus Art Projects and funding from Arts Council England.

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